USA Edition – Guest Blog – Save the Date New York

top:2px;padding-right:5px;font-family:times;”>Dear Diva Readers,

Save the Date! Mark your calendar – March 14-15, 2009! This is the last big collecting event in New York City until fall.

  • 500 Shops and Galleries in ONE building. Pier 94 12th Ave., @55th St., NY
  • Fabulous and Affordable Furniture, Jewelry, Silver, Ceramics
  • Industrial Arts, Collectibles, Fashion, Art and so much more!

From tea towels to Tiffany and way beyond… you’ll find it at the Pier Show.

NEW HOURS: 10-6pm on Saturday and Sunday

Admission: $15
(But take a hint and watch the NY Times on Fridays in February for a discount admission coupons)

For More Details: visit stellashows

By the way, Dealers, this show is made with you in mind! Dealer Specials (of up to 50% off certain items) are being compiled and will be emailed to registered dealers prior to the show.

While there, check out the Glass, Rug & Furniture Restoration & Conservation booth as well as the Toy, Memorabilia & Pop Culture Appraisals

Coming to you LIVE FROM NEW YORK,

The Contessa

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Author: Toma Clark Haines

Toma Clark Haines is a Global Tastemaker, Speaker, Writer & Entrepreneur; and founder and CEO The Antiques Diva® & Co, Europe, Asia and America's largest Antiques Sourcing & Touring Company.

  • Hi Meghan
    New York City is filled with antique shops and flea markets, and has dozens of antiques shows every year.

    As the Antiques Diva says, one of my favorite flea markets is the Brooklyn Flea, which is discussed in the NYTimes article I sent the AD, which she lists. I discussed this flea in an earlier blog, when I bought a beautiful vintage kimono.

    I regularly go to the GreenFlea Market, also Sundays at Columbus and 76th on the Upper West Side.

    I was at the GreenFlea two Sundays ago, on a gorgeous sunny cold day, with my Sbux in hand, and came away with 10 coasters made with vintage maps (a housewarming gift for a friend: I found coasters with maps of all her previous towns!), a decorating book, some vintage Christmas ornaments, and a jug of cider. The GreenFlea’s indoor/outdoor vendors include new and old clothing, jewelry, and home accessories; furs; furniture; books and music; coins; and a green market with seasonal fruits, vegetables, and flowers!

    The Malcolm Shabazz Harlem Market, also on Sundays, specializes in African arts and textiles, and is often filled with tourists who jumped off a tourbus when they see the market.

    The Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market is Saturdays and Sundays, and has recently expanded at 39th Street and 9th Avenue.

    And pretty soon the Sunday street sales will open. Pretty generic, but good food and craft fun for tourists!

    If you’re looking for
    flea markets in NYC or around the country, go This site lists flea markets around the USA.

    See you at the fleas!